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Florida baseball postpones Tuesday’s game with Jacksonville: Due to yesterday’s inclement weather, the Gators moved their home contest with the Dolphins from last night to today. Florida hosts Jacksonville at 6:00 p.m. (Daniel Apple, Florida Gators; Gainesville Sun)
Let's try this again...we will play TONIGHT at 6 p.m.— Gators Baseball (@GatorsBB) March 21, 2018
Freshman Hunter McMullen looking to make his first career start on the mound. #Gators
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Gator softball hosting midweek game with South Florida: No. 6 Florida has already faced the Bulls once this season, notching a 14-3 win in Tampa at the USF Wilson-DeMarini tournament. This is the first of ten consecutive home games for the Gators. (Herb Brooks, Florida Gators)
The Oklahoma/Circle of Life drill is back: The Gators used to participate in this drill when Urban Meyer was at the helm. The linked article contains more practice video. (Ryan Young, SEC Country)
Practice notes: On quarterback rotations, individual results in the Oklahoma drill, and other drills participated in during the portion of practice open to the media. (Thomas Goldkamp, 247Sports)
Dan Mullen’s position on paying student athletes: He’s not in favor of it. (Nick de la Torre, Gator Country)
Mullen makes Gainesville speaking tour stop: Florida’s new head coach was the featured guest at an event put on by UF ACCENT Speakers Bureau. (Cleveland Tinker, Gainesville Sun)
UF women’s golf finishes sixth at Evans Derby: The Gators shot 3-under par on the final day of the Evans Derby to tie for sixth in the event. (Andrew Kovar, Florida Gators)
Florida men’s swimming and diving competing at NCAA Championships: The No. 4 ranked men’s team begins the competition today, which runs through Saturday. (Katie Callahan, Florida Gators)
Former Gators playing in U.S. Open Flag Football Tournament: Danny Wuerffel will captain a team comprised of a dozen former Gators, but also intends to add three to five Gainesville area flag football players - try-out information is in the article. So far, Wuerffel reportedly has commitments from former Florida players Brandon James, Frankie Hammond, Major Wright, Chris Doering, and Travis McGriff, among others. (Steve McClain, Florida Gators)
More goodbyes for our guys Egor Koulechov and Chris Chiozza. :(
And yet, the Ray Guy Award snubbed this guy:
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